This week, our interview on “The Community Corner” takes place well beyond a Zoom screen. In fact, we made our way to Oak Hill Cemetery, a … [Read more...] about COMMUNITY CORNER: Ghosts, Graves, Spirits at Oak Hill Cemetery
Will Haskell’s (COL ’18) first experience with politics was when his father took him to a New Hampshire primary election so he could shake … [Read more...] about COMMUNITY CORNER: As the Youngest State Senator, This Georgetown Graduate Has Advice for You
Last year, Jennifer Crovato, chef and owner of Georgetown’s 1310 Kitchen and Bar, cooked so many chicken pot pies she lost her fingerprints. … [Read more...] about COMMUNITY CORNER: Have You Heard of the Georgetown Chicken Pot Pie-athon?
This week, we spoke with GUSA President Nile Blass (COL ’22) and Vice President Nicole Sanchez (SFS ’22) to check in on their … [Read more...] about COMMUNITY CORNER: The Hoya Sat Down With GUSA Executive. Here’s What They Had To Say.
When Sabrina Wesley-Nero (SFS ’95), professor of education, inquiry and justice at Georgetown University, teaches her undergraduate … [Read more...] about PODCAST: Professor Leads Curriculum Development for 1619 Freedom School
When Derek Goldman, co-director of the The Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics at Georgetown University and professor of … [Read more...] about PODCAST: Upcoming Play Remembers Life, Legacy of Jan Karski
Growing up in India, Kartikay Uniyal (SFS-Q ’23) spent his weekends in high school volunteering to teach at different public schools near … [Read more...] about PODCAST: Undergraduate Bridges Educational Divide with Ed-Tech Startup
This week, The Hoya spoke with the Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service’s fall 2021 cohort of fellows, a group which includes … [Read more...] about PODCAST: Meet the Fall 2021 GU Politics Fellows
CW: This podcast references violence in Afghanistan. Please refer to the end of the article for on- and off-campus resources. After … [Read more...] about PODCAST: Connecting the 20th-Century Women’s Movement in Afghanistan to Today
The 2020 Tokyo Paralympics, delayed a year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, looks especially unusual this year for retired Paralympic … [Read more...] about PODCAST: Former Georgetown Swimmer Dives into Broadcasting During the Tokyo Paralympics